• Home
  • Be a Content Writer!
  • DEALS
More

    Xiaomi Mi Watch Gets iOS Integration With First OTA Update


    The first OTA update for the newly-released Mi Watch has brought a ton of new features, including the promised integration with iOS. Xiaomi has also taken the opportunity to launch an iOS-version of the Xiaomi Wear app, which was thus far only available on Android. Do note that it is an online-only service, which means it is still not available for download from the App Store.

    Meanwhile, the update also optimizes the pairing process with Android smartphones following persistent complaints from users that the watch frequently hangs-up when syncing it via Bluetooth for the first time. The changelog also suggests that the OS will now use Wi-Fi connections as default when available.

    Image Via: Weibo

    The incoming update also fixes a number of bugs, including one particularly annoying one that allowed even closed apps to send notifications. The update would also enable users to refresh the weather location information, said the company. Other than these, the update doesn’t seem to bring anything new for now, but users will be hoping that more features and fixes are on their way in the coming weeks and months.

    The first smartwatch to be released under Xiaomi’s own brand name, the Mi Watch was launched in China earlier this month with a familiar design that many believe bears an uncanny resemblance to the Apple Watch. It comes with an aluminum alloy frame with a rectangular watch case that features a 1.78-inch AMOLED display protected by 4D curved Sapphire Glass. It is powered by the Snapdragon 3100 platform and is based on Google’s WearOS operating system.

    28FansLike
    64FollowersFollow
    12FollowersFollow

    Recent Articles

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 vs 855+ vs 855: What’s New?

    It’s December again and Qualcomm has released its brand new chipset Snapdragon 865 in Hawaii. And like every year, Android users want to...

    Snapdragon 865 Brings Support for 144Hz Display, 8K Video Recording, and More

    Yesterday, Qualcomm unveiled its newest flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 865, on stage at its Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii. The chipmaker took the...

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 Brings 5G Support to Mid-Range Android Phones

    Alongside its flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset, Qualcomm also unveiled its first mobile chipset with a built-in 5G modem. The Snapdragon 765 chipset (which...

    TikTok Sued for Tracking, Collecting, and Disclosing Data of Children

    TikTok is one of the most popular apps in the world right now, but the journey hasn’t been entirely free of hurdles. The...

    Mozilla Firefox Gets Picture-in-Picture Support with Latest Update

    Mozilla Firefox has received an update that brings along a very useful feature to the popular browser. The update, which has currently rolled...

    Stay on op - Ge the daily news in your inbox

    Related Stories

    Just An Author
    Only Tech! That's It!